Coco - Yorkiepoo Puppy for Sale in Butler, OH
Meet Coco! He is a cute little yorkie-poo that was born on March 10th and will be ready to go to his new home on or after May 5th. He comes from a 9 lb Yorkshire terrier mom and a 14 ½ lb poodle dad. He has a very beautiful and unusual chocolate merle coat pattern. Coco comes with a one year written health guarantee, lots of written puppy tips, and will have his first series of puppy vaccines and will be given dewormer on a regular basis by the time he goes to his new home. I will take a deposit of half his price plus tax to hold Coco until he is ready to go to his new home. All of our dogs and puppies are raised in our home and are our pets. I sell my puppies to people intending to add a loving new family member to their household and who will integrate them into their families and homes. I will not sell them to anyone who plans to make them live outside in a barn, shed, kennel or dog box, so please make sure that having a new indoor pet to love and house train is what you really want. I live on the east side of Butler, Ohio 44822 – about an hour north of Columbus and less than two hours south-west of Cleveland. I would love for you to make an appointment with me to come and visit with Coco and see how adorable he really is!
Among the smaller Designer Pups are the Yorkiepoo. The Yorkiepoo is a Terrier-Poodle cross. The personality and confirmation of these cousin breeds are very similar. The size depends on whether a Toy or Miniature Poodle is used and could vary from 3-15 pounds and 7-12 inches at the shoulders. They live on an average of 14 years. These little ones are friendly, self-confident, loyal, energetic, and intelligent. They are brave (too brave for their own good at times) little creatures and make excellent watch dogs. They are good with kids and other pets if raised with them from puppy-hood, but care must be taken that children are supervised when they are young so as not to hurt them because of their small size. Yorkiepoos are well-suited for apartment life and fare well without a yard. They can be strong-willed but highly trainable with patience and consistency. Their coats can be thick or thin, and wavy to curly. Regular combing and grooming are needed.